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Introduction of Applied Science:- The department of Applied Science was established in the year 2001. In the first year the Department of Applied Science teaches 300 students. The Objective of this department is to promote a culture of teaching –learning and scientific growth of its students and prepare them regionally and globally to meet the challenges in a large scale. The Department of Applied Science comprises its four major aspects of teaching.
1- English & Humanities
2- Applied Chemistry
3- Applied Physics
4-Applied Mathematics

Vision:- As a part of producing world class engineers, the department is always taking initiatives to make innovative, interdisciplinary, and international career focused education and experimental learning of study matters for advancement of research and become professional who can contribute the over changing global society. As well as to support students as a part of learning community and ensure that all students understand their full potential with the provided opportunity and the area of their study subject matter.

Introduction of Humanities

The importance of Humanities in the Current and Future scenario:-

MIT is the world class Institutions. Competition in every profession persuades people to think deeply to give their 100% and to procure better job opportunities. Quality Education is the need of the hour. There is too much of a competition in this field and in the Present scenario it is getting tougher day by day. Humanities as a subject are the life line of a student’s career. It helps in setting up a better placement record and above all an amazing and world-class educational environment. The Humanities helps the students to achieve new heights in their academic and professional career. The core skills they learn are related to their specific branches. Humanities provide basic skills needed for presenting their achievements. Communication skills and soft skills are prerequisites for a person to achieve success in life.

Presently, teaching course, English is in the curriculum for the undergraduate students of Engineering and Technology. There are two well-equipped language laboratories with 60 computers. The faculty is qualified, experienced and adequate in numbers in cadre ratio. Faculty is encouraged for doing research and publishing papers in the field of professional communication. Humanities conducts national conferences, orientation programs, cultural events, soft skills and personality development programmes time to time.

Information regarding Language Lab:-

We have Multimedia Language Lab Software Consisting of two levels. The Lab is quite interactive having all types of activities of basic Language and Communication skills.

Introduction of Applied Chemistry

Chemistry is a soul of all branches. Without its knowledge one cannot think beyond the scope. Chemistry has always taken the initiative to bring about the applicability of chemistry in their respective engineering subjects. The students are taught in a way which will help them to inculcate in them a sense of analytical thinking and to channelize their thoughts to a specific direction.

Chemistry is inextricably linked with civil and mechanical engineering as it is the discipline which deals with forming new substances from different basic materials. Chemistry is used in many ways in computers also for example we use many elements like silicon, zinc, aluminum, copper etc., in designing and in developing the hardware of computer. Chemistry is important in many electronics fabrication and packaging methods and may one day help extend the trend toward faster and cheaper electronics by molecular electronics. Thus the students who get well versed in the basic concept of chemistry will be able to put up new projects with their conceptualized thinking. Such knowledge has always been a lightening torch in their path of success.

Lab Details:
As per the course content the lab is well equipped with all the essential apparatus and glassware. The experiments involve the testing of water for hardness, alkalinity, chloride ion etc. The percentage of Copper and Iron in the ore is obtained by carrying out volumetric titrations. Proximate analysis of coal is also carried out in our labs.
In our chemistry lab, lubricants are tested for their properties like Flash and Fire point, Viscosity Index, Aniline point and Cloud and Pour point. The chemistry lab is well set with the instruments like Abel’s apparatus, Pensky Marten’s apparatus, Cleaveland’s apparatus, and Redwood viscometers etc. which are needed for the testing of lubricants. The consistency of grease is well estimated using Penetrometer.
Introduction of Applied Physics

The department of Applied Physics has well equipped Physics Lab with Experimental kits and Instruments like Plank’s constants set-up, Gas LASER, Optical Fiber, G.M. Counter, Optical and Semiconductor devices kit etc.nt of Engineering Physics

Introduction of Applied Mathematics

The Applied Mathematics, established in the year 2001. Applied Mathematics functions as a service agency providing support to UG & PG departments and lays a sound foundation for learning engineering & technical subjects. The aim of Applied Mathematics is to inculcate analytical skills in mathematical sciences so as to enable the students to apply and formulate in solution making approaches of their technical subjects. Definitely the learning of mathematics will enhance and widen the mathematical aptitude, analytical skills, logical reasoning and systematic thinking of the students.

List Of Faculty Members
Designation: Assoc. Professor (APPLIED MATHEMATICS) & Vice Principal
Qualification: B.Sc., M.Sc.
Research Interest: Special Functions and Optimization
Designation: Professor (APPLIED CHEMISTRY)
Qualification: B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.
Research Interest: Kinetic and Mechanistic Study of Oxidation Degradation of Fluoroquinolone Antibacterial Agents in Aqueous Medium
Designation: Asstt. Professor (APPLIED CHEMISTRY)
Qualification: B.Sc., M.Sc., B.Ed.
Research Interest: Industrial Chemistry Biology, Engineering Chemistry, Disaster Management

Designation: Asstt. Professor (APPLIED CHEMISTRY)
Qualification: B.Sc., M.Sc.
Research Interest: Polymers, Atomic Structure, Nano Materials

Designation: Assoc. Professor (APPLIED PHYSICS)
Qualification: B.Sc., M.Sc.
Research Interest: Quantum Physics, Mechanism

Designation: Asstt. Professor (APPLIED PHYSICS)
Qualification: B.Sc.
Research Interest: Optics, EMFT

Designation: Assoc. Professor (APPLIED PHYSICS)
Qualification: B.Sc., M.Sc.
Research Interest: Electrostatics and Electromagnetic

Designation: Professor (HUMANITIES)
Qualification: B.A, M.A., PhD
Research Interest: Structuring of Oppression in the Novels of Toni Morrison

Designation: Asstt. Professor (HUMANITIES)
Qualification: B.A, MBA
Research Interest: Translation and Interpretation, Poetry and Poetics

Designation: Asstt. Professor (HUMANITIES)
Qualification: B.A, M.A.
Research Interest: Phonamatics